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and countless outlets for high-energy excitement. from the u.s. department of education's ready to learn grant, and... - you're listening to the sounds of lukewarm 91.5, the station that's so hot and so cool, it's lukewarm, baby! and i am the tune meister coming at you live with our finalists in our rap competition. are y'all ready for the winner? - whoo! - and the winner is... hector! that means, hector, you will star in a music video directed by the tune meister himself--that'd be me. ha ha! and annie, you are our runner-up, which means, if for any reason hector cannot perform, it's all you. heh! local restrictions may apply. ah-ha! - runner-up? annie scrambler is no runner-up. annie scrambler is a winner! uncle sigmund, you have to do something. oh. couldn't you hypnotize hector? you know, make it so that he can't do the video? - yes. i suppose i could try something. [high voice] uh, excuse me, sir. - hmm? - do you have the time? - uh, sure, ma'am, but you have a watch. - let's not quibble over details, hmm? - uh, it's 12:00. no. 10 of...[yawns] wow. i'm getting really sleepy. - yes. very s
by wpbt >> tom: good evening, and thanks for joining us. ben bernanke said today it's a myth that lehman brothers could have been saved, perhaps preventing the financial crisis. susie, the fed chairman also says he's partly to blame for creating that myth. >> susie: tom, bernanke was the star witness on capitol hill today, answering questions from the financial crisis inquiry commission. the committee was commissioned by congress to figure out why lehman failed, and to answer the bigger question of what caused the financial crisis. >> tom: bernanke's testimony was a look at the lessons learned from the crisis and a look at how to prevent another one in the future. darren gersh reports. >> reporter: speaking to the financial crisis inquiry commission, federal reserve chairman ben bernanke admitted he thought lehman brothers was not merely facing a cash crunch when it failed. he thought the firm was very likely insolvent, a fancy way of saying it couldn't pay its debts. but in 2008, bernanke chose not to share that thought with congress. >> it was a judgment at that moment, with the system
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